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Re: Heimdal 0.4e and Cygwin
On Tue, Jan 08, 2002 at 10:22:35AM -0500, John Peacock wrote:
> Nicolas Williams wrote:
> > And I can't remove /usr/local/bin/cygwin1.dll.
> Exit cygwin completely (including any Cygwin-based services you are running)
> and then delete cygwin1.dll from Windows. You may need to disable services and
> reboot to make sure the dll is not in use.
Ah, now I know what happened. I'd installed Network Simplicity's
OpenSSH earlier. Thanks. This fixes it all, though it's still
interesting that 'ls /usr/local' doesn't show 'bin' yet 'ls
/usr/local/bin' does show things in there.
> John Peacock
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